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December 1st, 2009
Woot, it came out fantastic!

This was written this morning as part of my support for Portal magazine, a literary magazine published by students at VIU. I'm trying to put out the word as much as I can, so I hope you all enjoy the idea.

EDIT: Also, feel free to follow me on Twitter. I'm getting into this whole technological world that has slipped away from me over the years. I tweet a lot, and Rhee does too, so get used to it lol.

Thanks for reading, as always.

November 20th, 2009
Posting is fun
Don't worry folks, when I go over to his place to inspect the new computer myself, I'm sure it will malfunction from all the drool.

I'm going to make a triumphant return to the blog this coming week as I am tired of being a hermit... for now. So if anyone reads, well, thanks!

See you next time,

Thanks for the positive review! It is, of course, an unexpected and welcomed honor knowing that we've gotten through to someone somewhere.

Yep, I came on to write for all 2009 books and shorts.

Thanks again,

Hands on
You do a good job on hands.

Sorry if that sounded sexual.
This was written during the hours of 3:45am to 4:56am on Tuesday night. I had three ideas for what it should be but when I was writing the second one, I was watching this Simpsons episode where Lisa tells Bart that the sentence he just spoke (I think it was about hating homework) was structured as a Haiku. I wondered how she did that, how she was able to make 5 7 5 out of what Bart said. Got me thinking about the Haiku a lot, and when 3:40am came around, I thought I'd write the box. comic in that format. Mostly to see if I could, but after re-reading it, and of course seeing this *wonderful* art that rhee pulled off, the late hour I wrote this at seemed to be more fruitful than I thought at the time.

Anyway, being on time is a nice feeling. Something I could get used to, I suppose. I've been working with a new scriptwriting software (for actual screenplays), and the new version came out recently and it has a comic template. Turns out it wasn't worth the time I took to download it, let alone the 250 dollars (I don't think it's near that much) it would cost to buy it. But I managed to find something that I liked within the program I have. Long story short, the fuss I put up with the software almost made this comic late.

Next weeks I think we've decided on doing something a little... backwards.

That's all I'll hint at.
So cute!
November 1st, 2009
Can YOU spot the continuity error?
November 1st, 2009
Hope everyone enjoyed the Halloween comic!

Rhee and I had a great night and he even brought over his tablet in case we found a way to finish it, but it didn't happen that way.

I usually don't have fun on Halloween but this time finally changed that.

Cheers to you all
October 31st, 2009
He's never heard of finger picking.

Actually, neither did I until I worked on that blueberry farm.
October 4th, 2009
Questions #3
What *did* happen? I used to watch the same cartoons every morning, never thinking that it would ever change. It was just me and Recess, or whatever else it was. But now, the innocence is gone. Replaced only by this... wake of what it used to be like.

What *happened*?
Haha! Loved what you did with those!

Re: Web Traffic. I'm going to be pushing for an ad to be placed in the literary magazine at the university I attend. It's amazing what one can do with no money.

So... little... money.

*head explodes*
October 1st, 2009
Yeah, last minute art decision by Rhee.

Simox approves of banana's so it's okay..

wait a second...

September 28th, 2009
So, there it is.
Nice to see a new box.

It's a good thing, Rhee, that you aren't as caught up as the majority is in LOST. We just get to sit here, twiddling our thumbs and awaiting the next "wtf" moment. Touche' on the LOST numbers all over the place.

Enjoy, everyone! Living alone at its most honest.

September 17th, 2009
I am a firm believer in button mashing; may it be on a crosswalk or during an intense boss battle.